Parents' Guide to

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Kids may get frustrated by tough, unforgiving gameplay.

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There may have been potential for Spy Kids: All the Time in the World to be a better game, but by the third level, young players will likely be growling in frustration. Far too much of the game is based around jumping over a gap, launching a grappling hook in midair, and swinging to the other side. But that hook is beast to handle. And it needs to hit relatively small targets in order to latch on. Constantly falling and having to replay the same jumping sequence is simply not fun. There are plenty of platforming games that are tough, but enjoyable as well -- missing a jump may be a bummer, but the quality of the game spurs you to tackle it again. That's not the case here, though. The rest of the game isn't interesting enough to make you want to fight through the difficult spots.

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